New Tissue-Repository Firm to Close Microarray, IP Collaborations in 6 Months | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, June 27 - Ardais, a two-year-old company that hopes to develop and license a nationwide repository of diseased human tissue samples, plans to link up with a number of genomics-based tool shops within six months, a company official told GenomeWeb today.


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